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>> and that breaking news is in the south bay. san jose police found the bold of a woman in a home after a 911 hangup call. >> the police are asking for help in solving this case. body was found in a house in the 6100 block in evangeline drive in san jose. >> the police here in san jose have not yet identified the victim. but they say that based on the trauma to the body, this is a homicide and the victim is a woman. police tell us that a married couple live in the home. but another female relevant is also associated with the address. the police got a 911 hangup call from the address at 5:30 this morning but did not arrive at the home until much later, because there were other priority calls keeping the limited resources busy. >> by the time it was in the district, the supervisor acknowledged there was a call pending here. there were four midnight officers working, and they were responding to a rash of auto thefts, and they were in progress, and a couple of the vehicles crashed into the vehicles and they had to make sure that nobody was hurt in those accidents. >> now, the police d
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> major plea in san jose for the public's help. >> good morning i'm cheryl jennings. >> and i'm kristen sze san jose's mayor delivered a personal message this morning to catch a suspect. resulted in the death of an innocent man and injury of a police officer. -- >> reporter: about an hour ago mayor announced offering $10,000 that leads to the capture of this second gunman. in addition to $10,000 that was already offered by the san jose police officers association. also in the press conference they released a description of the man, hispanic or african-american, 20 to 25-years-old, 5'10 to 6 feet tall, 180 to 200 pounds. >> we are very concerned which is why we are enlisting the public's help. >> reporter: with that a plea the public at a press conference today after a violent 90 minute crime spree friday night two armed men robbed four san jose businesses. minutes later the spree turned fatal during a botched carjacking at a 7-eleven. jonathan wilbanks and his unknown accomplice shot and killed 22 innocent bystander rory parkpetti
francisco close to that in oakland, -- nearly an inch in san jose. nobody has been spared the wrath of this rain. good news, the winds are calmer and will continue to stay calm. our main concern will be localized flooding from whatever showers moves through over the next couple of hours and how much rain they drop. i see better weather on the way. >>> a deadly incident in fairfax investigating for possible ties to the storm. mark matthew is live on sir francis drake boulevard. >> reporter: we are in downtown fairfax the cabin that burned last night is a mile and a half from here. the cabin is at a dead end road 40 meadow way in the cascade canyon, a neighborhood outside the city limits of fairfax. the cabin caught fire last night by the time firefighters arrived, it was almost to the ground. an hour ago, a very emotionally distraught woman came to the scene demanding to get past the police barricade. >> no! i want to go to the house now, come with me. >> i need you to stay behind the firemen. >> talk to him, calm down. >> i'm the caregiver, i do hospice this is the son of my boss. w
. >> in the south bay san jose voters approved an increase in the city's minimum wage. here's measure d. you can see the difference in the vote 59%-40 within%. terry mcsweeney -- 59%-41%. >> reporter: amazing story a group of students here came up with the idea to raise the minimum wage. they were up against very powerful forces the chamber of commerce and the mayor. they were out-spent 2-1 and out-gunned but not out-done. daniel alba works in the state university book store for $8.50 an hour come january that goes up to $10. >> less stress over tuition and i don't know, being able to go out with friends and not worrying about how much i'm spending a week and manage my time >> reporter: a group of sociology students on the state campus created measure d. student alicia is a member of cafe j. a group that found inspiration meeting near the statue of san jose state 60s radicals carlos and smith. >> if you believe in something you can succeed we are part of history saying us community members felt if we work hard, we play by the rules, we deserve a living wage. >> reporter: senator reed says he likes t
in east san jose workers are trying to fix a broken line near story road and lynndale avenue customers have been without water since 8 this morning, work is blocking westbound -- lane of story road. broken main on brucester and warren water gush -- gushinging into the streets this morning. fire -- [ unintelligible ] >> customers in pittsburg waiting for their water to come back after a break there. the city says crews had to dig a big hole near west 11th and cutter. residents should have service back by noon. >>> port of oakland shutdown now because of a 24 hour strike by workers with the service employees international union truckers and longshoremen can't move or -- in or out of the port. >> reporter: the arbitrator just ruled the longshoremen need to cross the line and unload containers that's why you see people at this entrance this is the longshoremens' entrance they are appealing that decision and seiu workers are trying keep this blocked. trucks up and down this road with nowhere to go. they are blocked at every entrance. they can't get in to unload their go aheads or pick some
electoral votes. >> in san jose elections officials say so far things are going smoothly. hundreds of voters have been stopping by to cast their ballots all morning. you can stop by any time today until 8:00 tonight when polls in california close. elections official there is have set up a drive-thru drop-off for absentee ballots. one of the biggest battles in california is the governor's tax on education funding. >> reporter: he didn't just vote here he held one last pep rally for prop 30. which some are calling the most important decision on today's state ballot. prop 30 supporters greeted governor brown as he walked to vote this morning many support has declineed recently. the governor says he's feeling optimistic. >> wouldn't be surprised if the outcome is even who are positive than most of you are expecting. or row opponents are feeling positive -- >> reporter: opponents are feeling positive. >> i think voters are seeing through the rhetoric around prop 30 and seeing it for what it is, which is a massive tax increase. >> reporter: it would increase taxes for those who make at least $250,
, officers shot and killed a 37-year-old man from san jose after he reused to drop a knife. according to police, he was naked and chasing his wife with the weapon. it happened on central avenue. police say the victim's roommate called 911 around 11:00 last night. the officers have been placed on standard administrative leave. >>> contra costa county firefighters investigating what they say appears to be a molotov cocktail found at the scene of a fire at a pleasant hill strip mall. it damaged three businesses. fire officials are calling it arson. it caused $100,000 in damage. police are still looking for suspects. >>> mike is back. >>> the good news, we had rain, fire danger is not going to be high but we could set record high temperatures for november some only in the 80s, breezy in the hills, we'll talk about how those breezes will change wednesday and bring 20° cooling trend and rain. >>> also, good news at the gas pump. a look at how much prices have dropped in ed >>> back to our top story of the hour. gas leak along the embarcadero near pier 15 prompted the embarcadero to close d
, san jose police need help tracking the driver who hit a pedestrian and took off about 6:00 this morning. emergency responders found the body at jackson and alum rock the man had been hit by two vehicles. amy hollyfield is at the scene. >> reporter: police on the lookout asking for you to be too of a dark colored sedan with damage to the front. san jose police say the man was jaywalking in the dark, it was 6:00 in the morning, probably in the rain when he was hit. they don't know if the driver realized that he or she hit a person. >> very serious offense. again, there's always an explanation for what might or might not have happened. again, with the conditions, dark, low lighting, i'm not sure what the victim was wearing, those are things that we look at when we are investigating. >> reporter: that first car did leave the scene. then the man was hit a second time, this time by an suv. that driver is cooperating with police. this happened on alum rock avenue before jackson avenue, in front of the carl's jr. that had just opened. >> i'm scared, i feel like, i don't know, re
and -- sunny and 60 in san jose now. fog in the north bay improving, we are looking at oakland, with foggy conditions, and vollmer peak. a big change all straight ahead. >>> plus, the hidden dangers of those bouncey houses. new report on how many kids they send to the hospital. >>> some bay area school kids get a surprise visit from one of the stars of thedkx ñ >>> new study out about the danger of those bouncey houses popular with kids the favorite is home to more than 30 child injuries a day. incredible video showing how kids are getting hurt. >> oh my gosh. >> reporter: watch as this inflatable slide goes airborne with children inside then crashes on a crowd. >> i couldn't get up, i fell so hard. >> reporter: 13 people were injured, including children. the most serious cases typically from bounce houses that weren't tied didn't. take a look at this house that flipped due to strong winds and wraps around a pole. the kind of video the authors of a new report about these amusements want parents to consider. researchers say from 1990 to 2010, more than 64,000 children were sent to the er
and gilroy. this is moving to the north. they is going to come into los gatos and san jose in about half an hour to 45 minutes. you will get the bulk of the rain during the lunch hour. the rest of us will have to wait for another wave and that is the overnight weather. we're not out of it yet. more rain on the way. >> cheryl: a lot of folks in daly city are nervous. water inspectors are checking on a neighborhood that was hit by a dangerous mudslide. the hill nearly washed away. amy hollyfield joins us with more. >> reporter: good morning. take a look at the hillside. it is still here. everything is looking good. city officials were just out here checking on the situation. they tell me a lot of relief in their voice that much on nature is giving them a great assist so far. >> the hay bales have not been tested yet. daly city experienced light rain and more has predicted and that has residents feeling nervous. she can see a gaping hole in a around her hillside and it doesn't look secure. >>> i am scared of leaving hot us. >> the water and mud invasion when a pipe broke. concern is the rai
area homeowners with mortgages they cannot afford can get free help today in san -- in san jose. people started lining up this morning. the neighborhood assistance corporation of america known as naca is hosting the event. bankers from all major lenders on hand. we have a -- what are you hoping for? >> i'm heaping to get what the rates are going for around threes which will help out a lot with my current mortgage. >> services include assisting with onsite home loans and free loan modifications. the event 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. runs through monday. >>> two california surfers say she survived separate shark attacks by fighting back. one is scott stevens, now recovering after undergoing surgery to close a 14 inch bite wound he was surfing off the coast of eureka two days ago. the 25-year-old believes it was a great white this is what his board looked like after attack. >> it pinned me under and shook me, came out of nowhere and punched the shark on its head a cup of times until it released me -- head a couple of times until it release me. >> a punch also saved in woman she was attacked by a 12 -
the case in the trial of a former san jose elementary school principal charged with failing to report molestation of 8-year-old girl if convicted lyn vijayendran faces up to six months in jail. the former principal at o.b. whaley trpltry tried to explain to the jury request they did not report a disturbing incident involving a teacher. she said she stayed quiet after the teacher convinced her he blindfolded that student as part of a lesson plan. >>> in fairfield police are looking for a couple stealing mail in the middle of the day. neighborhood watch group provided this video to police it shows a man and woman checking mailboxes and taking mail in the laurel creek area. they've hit half a dozen homes. police say one dives while the other steals. they are -- one drives while the other steals. they are hviding people not to leave mail in their boxes and pick up -- mail everyday. >>> shoplifters stole 180 pwras -- bras from victory secret, $11,000 worth of under garments on halloween afternoon the store was backed and no employees witnessed that theft. >>> meteorologist mike nicco is go
pescadero, santa cruz picking up rain. wind gusts up to 32 miles an hour, san jose still airport delays and wind advisory extended into 2:00 this afternoon for wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour. >>> the coast and in particular pacifica, has been pounded by ferocious winds and rain most of the morning. more than 1,000 are in the dark there. katie marzullo is live on palmetto avenue in pacifica what is happening? >> reporter: this is palmetto at carmel, behind me, you can see pg&e crews on scene more than 1100 customers lost power afternoon 9 a.m.. a piece of equipment at the top of that pole blew and was dangling dangerously now crews have to work in the stormy weather to fix it that probably caused it. it is not business as usual in pacifica in morning. >> big flash of light, then there was no power. >> reporter: he was working in his gas shop when around 9:15 an insulator blew on a power pole, leaving more than 1100 without power and the intersection blocked off. >> i knew i was in trouble. >> reporter: richard phone himself in a dangerous electrical situation he and his neighbors woke
moon bay, 25 mile an hour gusts through san jose, breezy winds around hayward. with that, subtropical, temperatures in the 60s had to bump a couple up for this afternoon. the numbers will be mild,atyp eeding in from the pacific and this train of moisture goes all the way back to japan. we are talking about the next storm arriving tonight through much of tomorrow by the afternoon showers becoming more scattered, the next system still on cue for saturday night into sunday high surf advisory from the north coast, peninsula, san francisco seas up through saturday. here it is, there's the system look at moisture goes all the way back and merges into this next one that could bring us some flooding in the north bay timed out part of it earlier in the show here's the rest of it. still heavy rain well north, evening commute, showers around by 10:00, still well to the north, 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 tomorrow morning, look how heavy that rain is, east bay, south bay, much stronger than our last system in terms of rain accumulation. showers get more scattered into tomorrow afternoon into saturday, still
, five degrees in concord and san francisco, six in san jose, nine degree jump in fremont, 69 today mid to upper 60s bay shore inland, low to mid 60s coast some areas around the monterey bay with extra sunshine may hit 70 mid to upper 60s for everybody else. around the state, eureka 59, 68 sacramento, fresno, sunshine 71 big sur, 61 yosemite, low to mid 80s palm springs and los angeles, san diego 77. no need to worry about frost tonight, a few high clouds again with modifying air mass not going to cool as much overnight the only 30 at the reporting station is fairfield 39. tomorrow morning may hit 30 deeper inland valleys, officially upper 40s low 50s bay shore to the coast. next system not coming from the north high pressure is governing jet stream almost dew west storm system out to the west comes from the west when we see the increase in clouds and the cooling that will be because of the sea breeze thursday system comes in friday from the west, not a cold core system sill in the 60s with a chance of showers. saturday a break, different system comes from alaska sunday and monday, temp
save a lie teams up with oakland, san jose, san francisco, menlo park and santa clara county to increase awareness and the number of in homes. the alarms are available to those who can't afford one and seniors are donated by home depot. batteries last a decade. >> it has a lithium battery that lasts 10 years. >> reporter: carbon monoxide can be a silent killer, odorless and invisible it caused 500 to be evacuated from the embassy suites this morning. >> monday this week abc 7 launched carbon monoxide awareness week by airing vignettes focusing on fire safety and co awareness. >> sometimes people will take them down because maybe they found or too close to a kitchen or something like that we give them advice on where they can locate them where it will still protect their residence and at the same time won't be a nuisance alarm. >> reporter: during the course of operation 7 save a life, 3,300 smoke and co alarms are going to be given out to the needy and elderly. for the rest of us, these potentially life saving devices cost between $20 and $40. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >> i
to a yet start sunny no record highs. bull picture downtown san jose this morning. 2600 feet up on mount tamalpais back towards ocean beach, haze, no need to worry not a spare the air day. live doppler 7 hd, clouds on top of us, well away from the bay area up to the north that's where the storm track is going to stay over the next couple of days. a dip or two may try to fall in the north bay, i think mendocino, those counties probably closest it is going to get. as far as clouds, to the north visible satellite, all that snow that fell over the weekend up in the sierra, that hooks dining room than it did last week. temperatures 60 in oakland now los gatos everybody else mid to upper 50s san rafael 51. 52 santa cruz, upper 50s to low 60s the rest of the monterey bay and inland sunny here. today mostly sunny, warmer, not only today, tomorrow, wednesday, thursday. first chance of wet weather tie day, better chance of colder wet weather sunday through tuesday. today temperatures jump two degrees in oakland, san francisco, fremont three, concord east bay valleys jump the most up to 7°, also t
activities accordingly. good morning. here's san jose this morning, still see a few breaks in the cloud cover, one other place you can see from sutro tower to the east some of the thicker clouds that have roamed through we even had virga out there rainfall from mid level clouds evaporated before it reached the ground going to keep temperatures cooler evaporation and dimming of the sun by the clouds. live doppler, there are no radar returns now, just picking up mainly dry air, you may get a sprinkle or two with the clouds during the afternoon visible satellite you see them coming from the south another key to the forecast the wind is coming from the south mainly upper 50s to lower 60s, upper 50s to mid 60s around the monterey bay and inland this is not one of those cold systems coming from alaska, going to be more likely saturday into sunday, increasing clouds this afternoon, mainly dry, rainy periods off and on rain friday through sunday. even unsettled weather next week best chance now of that rain staying in the north bay. something we'll keep an eye on. here's temperatures today, mid to up
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